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Community Options Welcomes New Development Director

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Community Options Welcomes New Development Director

Courtney Hodock – Director of Development

PRINCETON, NJ – (April 16, 2015) Community Options has hired Courtney Hodock as the Director of Development.

Hodock joined Community Options March 30, 2015 and she is looking forward to developing a comprehensive engagement and fundraising plan for the organization. This includes developing and maintaining ongoing relationships with major donors, creating and executing a strategy for a large sustained base of annual individual donors and overseeing the organization of special events including the annual Cupid’s Chase 5K.
Hodock was born in Chappaqua, NY, and grew up in Princeton, New Jersey area. She attended Stuart Country Day School in Princeton for twelve years and continued on to Villanova University in Villanova, PA where she studied Communication, with a concentration in Media/Advertising. Her professional experience includes working at The Lawrenceville School as an Associate Director of annual giving, the American Diabetes Association as the Regional Director of Walk America, the American Cancer Society as a Director of Special Events and Momentum LLC as the Marketing and Sales Director. In addition, Courtney has been teaching ice skating to students of all ages and abilities at the Princeton Skating Club and she coaches the varsity figure skating team at the Princeton Day School.
In her spare time, Hodock enjoys marathon training, figure skating, golf and photography. She currently resides in Princeton, NJ.

About Community Options

For over 25 years, Community Options has developed housing and employment programs for people with disabilities. Community Options operates with a budget over $107 million and serves thousands of people with disabilities through 38 offices across 9 states. Providing advocacy assistance to empower people with disabilities, Community Options believes that all people –regardless of disability level – should live and work in the community with dignity, choice, and self-determination. A registered PVO with USAID, Community Options is also the pioneer of innovative programs for people with disabilities in the Middle East, Russia, and South America. Please visit our website at